This report presents findings of a workload study of teachers and school leaders in NSW public schools in 2017. The project was undertaken at the request of the NSW Teachers Federation arising from concerns expressed at the 2016 Annual Conference and at subsequent forums through 2016/17 relating to escalating workload of teaching and learning staff in NSW public schools. The preliminary report (in June 2017) provided a short account of initial findings in relation to current workload, sources of workload and strategies reported to be used to manage workload within schools. This final report provides a more detailed analysis, where we discuss the results of the project in relation to both classroom teachers and also those with school leadership roles. In addition we analyse interview data in relation to contextual factors, including: school type (primary, secondary and central), school socio educational status (high, medium and low ICSEA1), and school geography (metropolitan, provincial and remote).